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inboardnewbie
03-24-2012, 01:04 PM
Hi board,

First post and I'm interested in some expert advise on a boat with high hours. I'm currently looking at a '93 ProStar 190, LT1 and powerslot. 2000 hours. Boat was always stored indoors and is very clean. It appears like good maintenance was performed. A nice dual axle Dorsey trailer is underneath the boat.

Asking price is around 11.5k.

11.5 seems like a typical price for early 90's 190s in good condition with much lower miles (say 400-600 typically.) I'm trying to get a handle on a suggested discount that would be applicable to having 2000 miles on an LT1 motor.

Interested in your opinions!

Regards,
Steven

Boilr
03-24-2012, 03:14 PM
Steven,
I am definately not an expert, but you are correct on the typical pricing of $11,500. I am trying to sell my 93 Prostar 190 (with 402) hours and called many dealers trying to get an idea of a fair price. The common message I got was that a boat of that age in good condition with average hours should go for around $10,500. Then you start adding or subtracting values based on what it is worth to you/ buyer (trailer, low hours would be a plus) (poor interior/exterior condition, high hours you subtract). Bottom line, do you feel confortable with the price for what you are getting. Hope this helps.

Jerseydave
03-24-2012, 05:58 PM
Hi board,

First post and I'm interested in some expert advise on a boat with high hours. I'm currently looking at a '93 ProStar 190, LT1 and powerslot. 2000 hours. Boat was always stored indoors and is very clean. It appears like good maintenance was performed. A nice dual axle Dorsey trailer is underneath the boat.

Asking price is around 11.5k.

11.5 seems like a typical price for early 90's 190s in good condition with much lower miles (say 400-600 typically.) I'm trying to get a handle on a suggested discount that would be applicable to having 2000 miles on an LT1 motor.

Interested in your opinions!

Regards,
Steven

IMHO unless it's a stars & stripes or a 25th limited that price is a bit high for a '93 with 2000 hours. There were not many LT-1 powerslots in '93 so that in itself may make the price higher, but that engine will need to be freshened up soon I would think.

Do you have any pics or a link to the ad?

waterlogged882
03-24-2012, 08:25 PM
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inboardnewbie
03-25-2012, 06:52 AM
Hello all,

Thanks for the replies - I appreciate the feedback. Good points, all. Hopefully, I'll end up with something soon and be back to share!

-Steven

Lumbergh
03-25-2012, 10:01 AM
That seems high to me for both the age and hours.

Nothing to see here, move along...

jipster43
03-26-2012, 04:36 PM
If the boat has been well cared for and passes a pre-buy inspection, I would be willing to pay $10,500. But that's me. I have a fetish for '93 Prostars with the LT-1/Powerslot combo.